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Bibliographies:

URANIUM


South Australia & Australia
Anti-Nuclear Industry

Mining || Nuclear Weapons Testing || Waste Dumps
Global
History of the Nuclear Industry || International Organisations

Nuclear Accidents || Nuclear Weapons Testing || Radon

Notes

Bibliography entries are ordered by year of publication,
then author.


Abbreviations used here include:
(A)
(PBA)
Article
Published by the author

 


 

AUSTRALIAN
ASTEC (1984): Australia's Role in the Nuclear Fuel Cycle - a report to the Prime Minister by the Australian Science and Technology Council (ASTEC), Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra.

 
ANTI-NUCLEAR INDUSTRY

Hayes, D., Falk, J. & Barrett, N. (1977): Red Light for Yellowcake - the case against uranium mining,
Friends of the Earth Australia, Carlton, Vic.

 
MINING

Radium Hill

Sprigg, R. (1989): Geology is Fun (Recollections), or,
The anatomy and confessions of a geological addict
, PBA.
(1993): A geologist strikes out: Recollections, 1954 - 1993, PBA.
The late Reg Sprigg played a major role in the reopening of the Radium Hill mines in the late 1940s.

Harrington, M. & Kakoschke, K. (Comp., 1991): We were Radium Hill, M. Harrington for the Radium Hill Community Association


 
NUCLEAR WEAPONS TESTING

Tame, A. & Robotham, F.P.J. (1977): Maralinga - British A-bomb Australian legacy, Fontana Books.

Blakeway, D. & Lloyd-Roberts, S. (1985): Fields of Thunder - testing Britain's Bomb, Unwin Paperbacks, Sydney.

Robinson, D. (1985): Just Testing, Collins Harvill, London.

Smith, J. (1985): Clouds of Deceit - the deadly legacy of Britain's bomb tests, Faber & Faber, London.

Arnold, L. (1987): A Very Special Relationship - British atomic weapon trials in Australia, Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London.

McClelland, J. (1989): Stirring the Possum - a political autobiography, Viking 1988, Penguin Books Australia.
Chapter 16 deals with his term as President of the
Royal Commission into British Nuclear Tests in Australia (1984-85)

 
WASTE DUMPS

 

 

GLOBAL

 
HISTORY OF THE NUCLEAR INDUSTRY

Pringle, P. & Spigelman, J. (1981): The Nuclear Barons - the inside story of how they created our nuclear nightmare,
Holt, Rinehart & Wilson, New York, (Sphere Books, 1983).

 
INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS

 

 
NUCLEAR ACCIDENTS

Chernobyl
Hawkes, N., Lean, G., Leigh, D., McKie, R., Pringle, P. & Wilson, A. (1986): The Worst Accident in the World - Chernobyl: the end of the nuclear dream, Pan Books & William Heinemann, London.

Marples, D.R. (1986): Chernobyl & Nuclear Power in the USSR, Macmillan Press & Canadian Institute of Ukranian Studies, University of Alberta

Medvedev, Z.A. (1990): The Legacy of Chernobyl, W.W. Norton & Co, London & New York.

Three Mile Island
Stephens, M. (1980): Three Mile Island, Junction Books, London.

Tokaimura
Asking for trouble (New Scientist 9/10/99)

 
NUCLEAR WEAPONS TESTING



Pacific Ocean
Danielsson, B. & Danielsson, M.-T. (1977): Poisoned Reign - French nuclear colonialism in the South Pacific, Penguin Books Australia Ltd; second edition, Penguin, 1986

Firth, S. (1987): Nuclear Playground, Allen & Unwin, Sydney.

 
RADON

 


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